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Buenos Aires English High School

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Tenes 130 (130 aniversario fundación colegio BUENOS AIRES ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL)

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March at the Tartan Ball 2013 - Buenos Aires English high School

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Honrar la vida en vivo. Buenos Aires English High School. Martin Moutous. Peña Folclorica.

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125 aniversario fundación COLEGIO BUENOS AIRES ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

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sports Luli - Sala de 3 - Buenos Aires English High School - 2010 -

Buenos Aires English High School, also known for its abbreviation BAEHS, is a bilingual School established in Belgrano, Buenos Aires in 1884 by Alexander Watson Hutton, considered "the father" of Argentine football. Watson Hutton was born in Scotland and emigrated to Argentina in 1882. The first educational institution where he worked was St. Andrew's Scots School for two years. As a keen sportsman, Watson Hutton believed that sports were of fundamental importance in education. Nevertheless, he resigned a short while later due to St. Andrew's not having funds to acquire sports facilities, which were considered by Hutton as an essential component of his teaching methods.
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